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Scott Farm Appalachian Trail Work Center

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301 Bernheisel Bridge Rd,
Carlisle, PA 17015
(717) 258-5771

The Scott Farm Appalachian Trail Work Center is a trail head and work center for the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. This site is owned by the National Park Service. There are no sanitary facilities and users must pack out all trash. A water spigot and portable toilet are available. 

Hiking: Cross the bridge on the pedestrian walkway to head south on the AT. White blazes lead the way; double blazes indicates a turn or prominent landmark. Continue left into the woods along a wooden boardwalk. Hike until you are ready to return to your vehicle. For an alternative hike, turn right and follow the trail along Conodoguinet Creek.

Boating: Access to Conodoguinet Creek is permitted on the south side of the bridge. Download the Conodoguinet Creek Water Trail Guide and Map (.pdf)

Parking is limited; users must contact the Appalachian Trail Conservancy to determine parking availability at (717) 258-5771, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Driving and parking on the grass are strictly prohibited.

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